Well, what do you guys think, and if you want, discuss who your possible waifu/husbando from the game could be?
Most notably the English-language RE Alistair, which was good, with decent art and attractive boys.
Read more about it here: The demo is free, and the full PC/Mac/Linux game is US. The patches won't work with actual import Nintendo DS cartridges — you have to use emulation. X-Note, a fairly serious simulation available from Zeiva Inc.It will be a little longer before The Flower Shop: Winter in Fairbrook is available, because writer Ayu is recovering from a car accident. edited 23rd Jun '11 PM by dorkatlarge Guys, it's official!! And Aksys is publishing Hakuoki: Demon of the Fleeting Blossom which will be released for PSP, in stores and on PSN, in the first quarter of 2012. edited 3rd Jul '11 AM by Night Rain Unfortunately, Night Rain, it seems that Jast is still considering localizations of the Starry Sky visual novels and drama C Ds. (Source: ) So if you want to encourage the company to translate this material, then I suggest politely emailing them, and stating that you're willing to purchase official translations.I am making a dating sim and need to know how: *To display images *Add and play Music or effects *Type in for correct answer(And change to next passage) *Custom Naming of Character and able to post name *make variables for love and hate *Gauge for love/hate *locking passages to where they can't be clicked unless love is enough Just got into Twine and need help. is a visual novel where anticipation and the different forms it takes.Furthermore, not only is there a stigma against media and games aimed at girls, but there's plenty of negative attitudes among fans.
(See this interview with the person who's trying to translate The Exorcism of Maria at for some criticism of fans, and then read the Hakuoki and Togainu no Chi interviews on the same site.) I apologize if bumping this quiet topic is not appropriate. That said, Hanako Games' latest indie game, Magical Diary, has been released.
In a recent interview on Siliconera, the Aksys staff state that at Anime Expo 2011, "Theres going to be some marvelous otome stuff there." That's the least vague statement we've had so far. Always Remember Me, an indie game created by Winter Wolves. It looks like she will be working on Otometeki Koi Kakumei Love Revo for DS, using the Korean version.
(source: ) Haven't heard any rumors about official localizations of the Starry Sky visual novels. See https://sites.google.com/site/tokimemogs1/upcoming-projects/001 for some details and screens.
This matters, because character you have the best standing with is the one you spend the most time with.
It’s a structure that feels familiar and safe, and you get to spend enough time with the characters to connect with them, and even like some of them. For example, many players will probably save their games before making big decisions that can make the plot diverge so that they can go back later and take a different route.
It’s a question sticks with you as you start playing.